This is a conversation with Zonnie Gorman about her work on Navajo Code Talkers. Zonnie will be doing a lectuer tour accross Canada entitled Growing Up With Heroes: The Navajo Code-Talkers of World War II A Daughter Journey
She will be speaking at
Migii Agamik (Bald Eagle Lodge)
45 Curry Place at the University of Manitoba
Monday March 26, 2012
This lecturer series is made possible by the U.S. Consulate of Winnipeg, the U of M Aboriginal Student Centre, Centre for Defence and Security Studies, Department of History, and Department of Native Studies at the U of Manitoba.
Zonnie Gorman is a recognized historian on the Navajo Code Talkers of World War II.
She is the daughter of Carl Gorman, one of the original Code Talkers and has lectured extensively throughout the United States and Canada at universities, colleges, museums and other institutions, including the Museum of the American Indian and N.A.S.A. Headquarters in Washington, D.C.